Content provider plans

Sean Donelan sean at
Wed May 30 17:57:07 UTC 2007

On Wed, 30 May 2007, Michal Krsek wrote:
> Few weeks ago I had interesting discussion with *unnamed* Google VIP. His 
> answer has been:
> "Google engineers doesn't see need to spend money on building IPv6 
> infrastructure. You, as user, can motivate them by sending request supporting 
> this idea."
> So did you write your e-mail to Google techies?

Why would Google techies care.  However you might point out to Google 
advertisers how many eyeballs no longer get their advertising because
they are on IPv6 connections.

Oh, that's right.  User's probably don't know or care whether its IPv6, 
IPv4 or IPX.  After a while, when the IPv4toIPV6 tunnels and translators 
are overloaded, some eyeballs and content will discover each other gets
better performance going "native."  And it will happen.  Trying to force
it before just makes it grumpy.

The Internet has always been an example of just-in-time engineering.

Caution buying from UltraDNS/Neustar. Its monthly rates aren't actually 

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